When you first see the Seal Spider, you must think that it is a seal hidden in the cave – its back is like a millstone, and the millstone is “printed” with neat patterns, like a living seal, and like an ancient coin.
The extremely unique Seal Spider is not artificially bred or cultivated. It is a masterpiece of nature.
On May 8, Zhao Li, director of the Chengdu Huaxi Insect Museum, once again discovered the Seal Spider in the Qingcheng Mountain Qingcheng Mountain Scenic Area in Chengdu, and found 6 more in Qingcheng Mountain. Taking into account historical records, the total number of Seal Spiders discovered in Sichuan is only 14, making it the “rarest spider.”